I have been quite fascinated by my work. Work is not something detached from the rest of my life. It rather is synonymous with my everyday life.
But I feel our purpose shouldn’t be defined solely by what we do behind our desks. What’s important is to find what really makes us happy, and to spend time doing what we love.
As the American Poet Maya Angelou famously refrained, “I’ve learned that making a ‘living’ is not the same thing as making a ‘life’.” Read this article somewhere, had to share it👇
What’s the first thing you ask when you meet someone new? The most likely answer is ‘what do you do’? Work is inextricably linked to our identity. We are often attracted to a particular organisation or job role based on our personality because it plays to our skills and values. Our workplaces breed a certain type of mindset, and our jobs are often a measure of our social value. But who are you when you’re not at work?
Ain’t it so true, and so important to have and know our lives beyond our work?!!! #thoughtsonmymind #nanditasikchi
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